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Brand: OFF-WHITE x Nike

Model: Zoom Fly “Black/White/Cone” and “Tulip Pink/Racer Pink”

Key Features: Similar to the first release from 2017, the two new colorways feature a translucent upper, OFF-WHITE and Nike branding on the medial side, a deconstructed Swoosh, and “FOAM” text on the midsole.

Release Date: October 13

Price: $170 / €170

Buy: Nike and select retailers (see list below)

Editor’s Notes: With the OFF-WHITE x Nike Blazer Mid “Spooky Pack” release just behind us, it seems Virgil Abloh and the Swoosh’s next double pack of co-branded sneakers is about to drop.

Slated for an October 13 release date according to Sneakersnstuff’s release calendar, the pink and black versions of the OFF-WHITE x Nike Zoom Fly look set to hit select retailers this week.

Various leak accounts, such as @onusinfo, also have the sneakers dropping on October 13 with a retail price of $170 (€170 in Europe).

Sneakersnstuff co-founder Erik Fagerlind got his black pair early, posting a shot of the sneaker on Instagram (below).

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Cheers @nike. I love new sneakers!

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Additionally, leak account @dirtymoney823 shared detailed shots of both colorways. Check them out below.

As always, stay tuned for updates and a list of stockists. In the meantime, check out the sneakers above and leave your thoughts on which colorway you prefer in the comments below.

Where to Buy

Nike
Sneakersnstuff
Luisaviaroma

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